2000 European Athletics Indoor Championships – Women's 60 metres

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The women's 60 metres event at the 2000 European Athletics Indoor Championships was held on February 26–27.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Ekaterini Thanou
 Greece
Petya Pendareva
 Bulgaria
Iryna Pukha
 Ukraine

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

First 3 of each heat (Q) and the next 4 fastest (q) qualified for the semifinals.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Ekaterini Thanou  Greece 7.13 Q
2 3 Petya Pendareva  Bulgaria 7.19 Q
3 3 Saša Prokofijev  Slovenia 7.26 Q, PB
4 1 Iryna Pukha  Ukraine 7.27 Q
4 2 Anzhela Kravchenko  Ukraine 7.27 Q
4 3 Manuela Levorato  Italy 7.27 Q
7 3 Sandra Citte  France 7.28 q
8 1 Marina Kislova  Russia 7.29 Q
9 2 Alenka Bikar  Slovenia 7.30 Q
10 1 Kim Gevaert  Belgium 7.31 Q
10 4 Marion Wagner  Germany 7.31 Q, SB
12 4 Karin Mayr  Austria 7.32 Q
13 1 Marcia Richardson  Great Britain 7.34 q
14 3 Joice Maduaka  Great Britain 7.36 q
15 3 Sanna Kyllönen  Finland 7.36 q
16 2 Andrea Philipp  Germany 7.37 Q
16 2 Frédérique Bangué  France 7.37
16 4 Carmen Blay  Spain 7.37 SB
19 4 Oksana Guskova  Ukraine 7.38
20 2 Paraskevi Patoulidou  Greece 7.39
21 4 Johanna Manninen  Finland 7.40
22 1 Marzena Pawlak  Poland 7.43
22 2 Katleen de Caluwe  Belgium 7.43
24 1 Annika Amundin  Sweden 7.44
25 3 Panayiota Koutrouli  Greece 7.49
26 3 Gloria Gatti  San Marino 7.93 NR
1 Nora Güner  Turkey DNS
2 Natalya Ignatova  Russia DNS
4 Zuzanna Radecka  Poland DNS

Semifinals[edit]

First 4 of each semifinals qualified directly (Q) for the final.

Rank Heat Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 Ekaterini Thanou  Greece 7.12 Q
2 1 Iryna Pukha  Ukraine 7.13 Q
3 2 Petya Pendareva  Bulgaria 7.15 Q
4 2 Anzhela Kravchenko  Ukraine 7.21 Q
5 2 Alenka Bikar  Slovenia 7.24 Q, SB
6 2 Kim Gevaert  Belgium 7.24 Q, =NR
7 1 Sandra Citte  France 7.25 Q
8 1 Marcia Richardson  Great Britain 7.26 Q
9 1 Saša Prokofijev  Slovenia 7.27
9 1 Manuela Levorato  Italy 7.27
9 2 Marina Kislova  Russia 7.27
12 1 Marion Wagner  Germany 7.28 SB
13 2 Joice Maduaka  Great Britain 7.30 PB
14 1 Sanna Kyllönen  Finland 7.34
15 2 Karin Mayr  Austria 7.35
16 2 Andrea Philipp  Germany 7.40

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Reaction Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Ekaterini Thanou  Greece 0.178 7.05 SB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Petya Pendareva  Bulgaria 0.146 7.11
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Iryna Pukha  Ukraine 0.132 7.11 PB
4 Anzhela Kravchenko  Ukraine 0.141 7.14
5 Alenka Bikar  Slovenia 0.139 7.20 NR
6 Kim Gevaert  Belgium 0.141 7.22 NR
7 Sandra Citte  France 0.133 7.24
8 Marcia Richardson  Great Britain 0.146 7.27

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